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Mercato di Porta Palazzo, Turin

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Rub shoulders with locals and tourists alike at Mercato di Porta Palazzo, one of the oldest and largest open-air markets in Europe. Browse the vast selection of fruits, vegetables, fish, meat, cheese, pasta, pastries, bread, prepared food, and more. Some stands sell clothing and other supplies. Walk further into the center for better prices. The market is often very crowded; watch for pickpockets. By using our Turin itinerary maker, you can arrange your visit to Mercato di Porta Palazzo and other attractions in Turin.
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  • It's just a big market. many products, very ethnic, good prices, cargo. a lot of good fruit.
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  • I couldn't believe the vastness of this market until I found myself in the midst of hundreds of people who daily come here to buy food, or even just to have a look. Product quality is superb, at least so it was for the fish I bought.
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  • The porta Palazzo market now is known by all x its reality multiethnic and non-edible products for the size and variety. Here you can buy seasonal produce directly from farmers, buy meat, fish and cheese in the area covered, clothes and shoes, flat and so on. Prices vary from one bank to the other ... should sourcing from people you trust, turn and not stop at the front Pew, pay attention to the portfolio. Quality also the area of the fish, but not all!
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  • One of the best opened markets in Europe without a doubt. Apart from vein the biggest one in the continent, the prizes here are impressive. There are great offers everywhere: fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, clothes, and so many more things. It is one of the most unique places of Italy, there is a great mix of cultures, languages and cultures. The only thing you should take care of: watch out with the pocketers.
  • The best place to visit. I thing, it's one of the most important market in europe.
  • One of the best food markets we've been to in Italy. The amount of food on display was mind boggling, while still maintaining excellent quality. The vendors are very nice as well; we asked one for a single orange and he gave it to us for free :)
  • Fresh produce everywhere from vegetables and fruits to meat. There are so many shops and so many varieties to pick up. There are no restaurants here, so don't go here mistaking it for a anything but a veg and meat market
  • It's an amazing place for shopping , almost anything can be found here from fresh vegetables and fruits to clothes and electronics with a very good price. It's a really huge market and on Saturday there is also the Balloon market.

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